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I was at a meeting at work today which was chaired by a woman called Rosmary Sprigs! What a complete couple of b'stards her parents must of been <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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I have come across someone called Mona Allot when i worked in the bank,but that was her married name.

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I'm not sure, it sounds like a joke, but a old friend of mine swore blind that he had friends called Mr and Mrs Pipe. They called their son Duane.

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There are some people in this area with the surname Pancake. I can understand being born with it, but for a woman to marry into the family, she must love him a lot.

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I worked with a guy called John Thomas, and another called Rick O'shea!
I also lived next door to a family called Onions, but they pronounced O'nions, i have never been to a grocers and asked for a pound of O'nions in my life! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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i have never been to a grocers and asked for a pound of O'nions in my life!


Try it sometime. It sounds rather posh that way. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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AmericanFLEETFANNo1 said:
I worked with a guy called John Thomas, and another called Rick O'shea!
I also lived next door to a family called Onions, but they pronounced O'nions, i have never been to a grocers and asked for a pound of O'nions in my life! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />


There are crickters that play for Durham, a bowler and wicket keeper,called Mustard and Onions.Last year there were a few mustard and Onion combinations.

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i have never been to a grocers and asked for a pound of O'nions in my life!


Try it sometime. It sounds rather posh that way. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />


I already sound posh, in America.........Thank You! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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The vet who used to own our local practice was.............

Mr Balls !
Surely, a case for a name change if ever there was one !

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One of the more awkward surnames has to be De!ath

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Went to school with a Delia Trollope, worked with a Teresa Green, and a bloke I knew through football, Jeff Tyler, called his daughter Ruth!! d'oh!

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on a similar tack..just noticed that Eggen and Chippo scored in the Norway v Morocco friendly last night!!

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I've heard of a Downs family that had children Benjamin, Robert and Eider, so they had Ben Down, Bob Down and Eider Down. I also used to work with an Eric Hunt (say it quickly!)




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